Electric Scooter Accident Billboard

This is a billboard spotted in Austin, TX for a lawyer that sues electric scooter companies for accidents that happen on their scooters.

The billboard says:

Go for a spin

Facebook Post Type Performance

While overall engagement is down quite a bit, images are still king. This also explains Instagram’s focus on primarily images.…

Facebook Page Engagement Down 50%

It’s a well known fact Facebook doesn’t prioritize Pages as much as they used to, but it’s crazy to see the decline over 1 year is so sharp.…

Custom LED sign for golf

This is a great custom LED sign by SignAnimations that started bringing in more customers the day it went live. Previously the sign just displayed basic time and weather information

Nightwatch SEO service Sales Page

This is a great sales page for a SaaS (Software As A Service) company that features gifs of the software working, as well as having a great benefits section featuring

Eve Mattress Ad Campaign

This is a small collection of mainly copy ads from Eve Mattress. They are primarily text and hardly feature photos of the features of the mattresses.

A very interesting “blanket” …

The 22 Rules of Storytelling by Pixar

These are some rules of storytelling by the famous movie production company Pixar:

#1: You admire a character for trying more than for their successes.

#2: You gotta keep in …

Old Typewriter Print Ads

This is a collection of old-timey typewriter print advertisements from the 1920’s:

Remington Typewriter “Bragging” Ad

Dang Remington……bragging much about your typewriters??

This ad serves as a reminder to the public that Remington essentially founded the typewriter industry (Remington then shut it’s doors in 1955).…

Typewriter Print Ad

This typewriter ad from the 1920’s brags about how great this L.C. Smith & Bros typewriter is across various jobs.

The layout uses very little of the full page making …

Vest-Pocket Adding Machine Print Ad

This old ad showcases a “cool technology of the time”….an adding machine for your vest-pocket!

The copy interestingly talks in the first person tense, so it’s the machine speaking to …